I am in the same boat guys! I e-mailed ScaleMotorSports a while back and inquired about the detail set to no avail. The only thing that I found for the Shelby is a set of resin wheels on e-Bay which I bought and they fit with no fuss!!
Thanks for the kind words. About half the plumbing and wiring is from the kit itself. The rest was from references thanks to Mark Jones (Scale Master) and his Caterhams. His models have been featured in both Scale Auto and our very own Model Car Magazine. Great source of reference and inspiration!
Thanks for the input on the masking and fit. Yours came out great. You have certainly made a lot of progress on yours. Boy, those decals look really intimidating and you know me, because it takes a lot to intimidate me when it comes to decaling. I also have to paint the car multiple colors to start with!! Oh well. I hope to put the decals on without any problems. Otherwise, I may take your offer on your unused set! Thanks again and keep those progress reports coming. I really need the inspiration.
I hope you are doing well. Glad to see you working on this car. I started working on mine last week, but I am putting the decals on! I know it is going to be a lot of work. I was wondering if you know of any after market companies that are doing the window masks for this one. I found a company that does the window masks for the Tamiya
GT3. In fact M&S has it. Do you know if it'll fit the Fujimi glass? Seeing yours in the works gives me a lot of inspiration.
The 34 came out really nice. Knowing Al, he found a flaw in the kit somewhere and had to put it back in the box. Glad to see the "Three Amigos" connection completing yet another model. Knowing how things go, it'll proabably end up in my display case!!!
Great work my friend. Having built one of these monsters, I know the amount of time and effort involved in finishing it. You have done a wonderful job, and I can certainly appreciate all the extra details you have added on.